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Land of My Mother (Kraj Mojej Matki)


Published 1943


1943 color film (thought to be lost) of Poland in 1938. Narrated by Eve Curie.

Computer translated from the Polish wikipedia article about the director Romuald Gantkowski: "...[Romuald Gantkowski] spent the rest of his life in exile in New York and Hollywood, where he worked in film production. In 1941, he completed the documentary film The Land of My Mother, narrated by Eve Curie, which used footage from the 1938 film Beautiful Poland. This film was created for the 1939 New York World's Fair, and for many years was considered a lost film. It is the only color film documenting the beauty of pre-war Poland."

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Run time 25 minutes 7 seconds
Producer Romuald Gantkowski
Audio/Visual sound, color
Language English

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